WAG News.
(Click picture for more details when available)
A rewarding filedwalk
2008-02-25 by Steve
Click the picture for a preliminary report on a good mornings work in a field at Middle Carlton.

WAG Screen wins an award
2008-01-30 by Pauline
Click the picture to find out about the Marsh Archaeology Award for Community Archaeology.

LiDAR Page Added
2007-11-15 by Steve
A page with LiDAR images and brief description has been added here .

New photograph of the week (POTW).
2007-10-02 by Jo
The 'cast of thousands' from WAG Screens latest film shoot.

If you have a photo you think would make a good addition to the POTW, then e-mail them to me and I'll put it up

Fiskerton Causeway Update
2007-08-11 by Steve
A recent evaluation of the Fiskerton causway troubled by water. Click here for more details.

New photograph of the week (POTW).
2007-05-26 by Jo
I said this would be an occasional picture of the week! WAG Screen went on its first Psalter film shoot a couple of weeks back and this is just one of the 171 stills taken.

If you have a photo you think would make a good addition to the POTW, then e-mail them to me and I'll put it up

Pitt Rivers Award
2007-04-26 by Steve
‘Lincs with the Past’ the newsletter of the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire has a nice piece on WAG and the Witham Valley Project and our joint win of the Pitt Rivers award along with one of Jo Ts photos of a Neolithic arrow head found on 10th April 2005. It also mentions the project being short-listed for as a finalist for the Silver Trowel award for the greatest initiative and originality in British archaeology in the UK.

WAG Screen
2007-03-28 by Steve
WAG Screen now has it's own website. Please visit our Sister Sites page for more details.

Heritage Cluster.
2007-03-27 by Steve
WAG representatives recently attended a meeting conducted by Suzanne Saunter (Community Development Officer at Lincolnshire County Council) who was looking to set up a Heritage Cluster Network in North Kesteven. This fancy title covers a group of local community groups who are then able to share the experiences, expertise and knowledge gained with other groups. WAG offered the use of our forum for the 'group of groups' to exchange information and chat. This will both help the Heritage Cluster and promote our forum and websites. The Cluster will be meeting once a quarter and if anyone has any questions or information they think will benefit the Cluster please e-mail me.

WAG News Archive.
Follow this link to see previous news items.

Quick Links.
Here are some useful links for future fieldwalk/auger exercises. A map of where to meet up if no other directions are given. The BBC Weather site, offering weather reports for Lincoln. Oldmaps showing how an area looked over 100 years ago. Ordinance Survey which features online maps

Taking Part.
If you have anything you feel is newsworthy, e-mail me the item for the WAG news page and I shall endeavor to add it, giving you full credit.

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